The Snoqualmie Valley Historical Museum published this book in 1999, a reprint of the 1929 publication recorded, translated and edited by Arthur Ballard, with additional material by Kenneth G. (Greg) Watson. (It is a complete replication of the historic 1929 University of Washington publication.) In the Preface dated July 26, 1929, Arthur Ballard relates that the narratives he recorded mostly in the native tongue were obtained chiefly from Indians of King and Pierce counties, “during and since the year 1916.” The Snoqualmie Tribe provided the Cover image – Detail of 1914 Panorama Treaty Day Celebration at Tulalip. Funding, 4Culture.
8-1/2″x11″ 140 pages, paperback.